Liverpool boss Klopp on January action: That's b******t and you know it!

Sigurdsson looking forward to derby day

Last season's Champions League runners-up have found the going a little tougher in Europe, but they remain in contention for a last-16 berth heading into crunch clashes with Paris Saint-Germain and Napoli.

The left-back joined Everton in the summer from Barcelona in an £18 million move, and said a prime motive of his move to England was to face the world's best attackers on a weekly basis. "In some games, we played not-that-nice football and didn't get a result, but nobody remembers it".

"They've achieved what they wanted to achieve so far in reconnecting with the fans, for the fans to believe in the football club and the owner and what he was doing was right for the football club", Warnock said on LFC TV.

"But whatever happens, it will change nothing in terms of what we are doing".

"Liverpool play well now, but we play well too".

"When you play in the big games, it's a very good thing for you as a player".

"It's going to be a hard game in Paris and a good game to show how good we are".

"It's two teams but one city, and if we can try to get the numbers down, especially before Christmas, then I'm sure we can all be proud of ourselves".

UEFA could punish Klopp for the statements made on the referee as they did with Gianluigi Buffon when the Italian was charged with a three-game ban in June when Real Madrid eliminated Juventus in a Champions League game.

His previous 49 top-flight games have seen him score 39 times - meaning a goal versus Everton would see him equal the club record of 40 goals in a player's first 50 league matches, set by George Allan in 1898, while a brace would take him above Allan. "I respect everybody. I have a lot of respect for everybody".

"I don't read what you make of it, but I sometimes see in your eyes that you don't understand me", he said.

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